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Clivia miniata

Indigenous to Eastern Cape and endemic to southern Africa.
This clump-forming perennial with dark green, strap-shaped leaves is widely cultivated in domestic gardens. Growing nicely in shade, it shows its bright orange flowers in trumpet shapes mainly during spring but it can also occasionally flower at other times.
Traditionally used for snake bites, relieving fevers and to ease childbirth

Family Name:
Common Name:
Bush lily (Eng.); boslelie (Afr.)
Plant Height:
50 cm
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Flowering Time:
June, July, August, September, October